Explore the Museum’s Holocaust Curriculum

Open to: Active middle school and high school teachers of Social Studies and ELA

Opportunity at a Glance: Explore the Museum of Jewish Heritage Holocaust Curriculum with the Museum’s Education staff. Primary source-based workshops, discussions of best practices, and survivor testimony will prepare teachers to bring these lessons to their classrooms. The Introduction to the Museum’s Holocaust Curriculum is open to active classroom teachers of Social Studies and ELA. Co-sponsored by the New York City Department of Education Office of Social Studies. The Meilman Virtual Classroom has been made possible by The Myron and Alayne Meilman Family Foundation in memory of Alayne Meilman. CTLE  is available for this session.

Key dates: Friday, December 6, 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Location: Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, 36 Battery Place, New York, New York 10280.

Registration deadline: December 4. 

Take action: Talk the opportunity over with your principal, then register. Please note that the Introduction to the Museum’s Holocaust Curriculum is free, but registration is required.


For more information: If you have any questions about this or other professional learning opportunities for teachers, please contact Rebecca Honts at rhonts@mjhnyc.org or call 646.437.4290.